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Old 12-11-2013, 07:24 AM
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Stock Rear End Rebuild Write Up

I searched all over for this and couldn't find what I am looking for. Last night the rear end decided to start locking up while driving, giving it a jumping feeling. I am looking for a write up on how to rebuild the whole rear end with stock parts. Not sure which one is in my truck yet, but its an '04 F250 Lariat 4X4. Does anyone know where one may exist? Thanks
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Old 12-11-2013, 08:25 PM
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I searched all over for this and couldn't find what I am looking for. Last night the rear end decided to start locking up while driving, giving it a jumping feeling. I am looking for a write up on how to rebuild the whole rear end with stock parts. Not sure which one is in my truck yet, but its an '04 F250 Lariat 4X4. Does anyone know where one may exist? Thanks
Is this what you are looking for?
The pdf file, rear diff rebuild, Ford/Sterling 10.5
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Old 12-12-2013, 04:11 AM
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Yes, I do believe that is what I was looking for. Good news is that when we took off the rear wheels and brake assemblies, the parking brake had come apart and tore some stuff up. Does anyone know what size socket is needed for removing the axle nut that holds the hub on? And I need a new brake adapter (part that holds the dust shield one, unsure of proper name) and can't find it anywhere. Do I really need to order the whole brake assembly from Ford? Thanks
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Mine did the same thing. Ford is the only place to get it. I just removed my parking brake shoes and hardware since I've never used them anyway. I think the assemblies were over $300 ea from Ford and I wasn't gonna lay that for something I never use.
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Old 12-12-2013, 04:59 AM
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I know what you mean. unfortunately for me, I use the brake on some boat ramps. I think I will just leave the parking brake on that side out until spring because I am suppose to be replacing the oil cooler this weekend. Thanks for the help
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Old 12-12-2013, 08:11 PM
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Same thing happened to my truck. Everything I read said ford was the only place for parts. After searching some more I found these backing plates from dorman. They work perfectly and cost way less. I got mine for about $50 a pair at a local parts store.

Dorman Products - 924-212
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Same thing happened to my truck. Everything I read said ford was the only place for parts. After searching some more I found these backing plates from dorman. They work perfectly and cost way less. I got mine for about $50 a pair at a local parts store.

Dorman Products - 924-212
Thanks. I'll have to remember that next time I do rear brakes.
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